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  • This Odie Blackmon, Kevin Denney and Jimmy Ritchey penned song was one of the first ones that Morgan put his vocal on when he first moved to Nashville at the age of 19 in 2012. Asked by Billboard magazine what appealed to him when he first heard the tune, Morgan replied, "It had that Ronnie Milsap feel to it. I feel in love. It's kind of R&B-ish too. It caught my ears real quick."

    Four years later, Morgan went back into the studio and recorded a new vocal of this for his Vinyl album.
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